So we’ve collated your essential guide to some of what Montenegro has to offer this summer.
From 13 – 14 June, the famed Spring Break Montenegro Festival will be held at Kamenovo Beach. With parties from sunset to sunrise, it’s a great way for university students to get the summer started. The venue is already known for hosting DJs like Benny Benassi and other local and international electronic and house musicians.
The Pasticada Fest in Petrovac, Budva takes place on June 20th. The whole village celebrates with an evening of local and live music, wine, and the Pasticada – a traditional beef stew with a special sauce.
The Southern Soul Festival runs from 25 – 28 June. House and deep house DJs come from all over the world to play at the longest beach in Montenegro, the Velika Plaza.
Starting July 1st, the city of Budva transforms into a theatrical haven. Local as well as old international favourites are performed over a two-month span in the historic Budva Old Town.
From 2 – 5 July, Boat International Media will present ‘The Superyacht Rendezvous’ Montenegro. As a leading luxury destination and superyacht hotspot, Montenegro is the perfect place to host this unique and exclusive event.
On August 1st, the cobbled streets of Kotor come alive with the Kotor Carnival. For those who love food, drinking and dancing, this is the perfect event. It is a colourful festival that celebrates everything that the Boka area is about: youth, music, culture, and fun.
The Herceg Novi Film Festival takes place from 1 – 8 August. For years the festival has been a way for Montenegrin filmmakers and actors to showcase their films, which often become regional hits.
The Refresh Festival at Maximus Club, Kotor runs from 13 – 15 August. This one-of-a-kind festival has brought some of the world’s most well known DJs to the small UNESCO site, such as Steve Angello, Bob Sinclair and Mauro Picotto.